Lists by bohn007
A special Christmas Season list of the best portrayals of Charles Dickens' 'Ebenezer Scrooge', over the years.
In honor of Father's Day, in no particular order, the greatest, most memorable television Dads.
In honor of Mother's Day, in no particular order, the greatest, most memorable TV Moms.
In alphabetical order, Celebrities I've met, however briefly.
In no particular order, celebrities born in The Natural State, who made their mark in movies and/or television.
...Of the 23 in the Albert R. Broccoli series, from most to least.
12 of the toughest, ass-kickingest, name-taking cops in Hollywood history.
In chronological order, movies I saw at the Cinema 150 Theater, in Little Rock, Arkansas. The unique domed movie theater was a landmark in Little Rock, for nearly 40 years. It had a 70-foot 120-degree curved screen, and seated 740 people in semi-round tiers. I saw many good movies there, and have some very fond memories of them, and the theater, itself.
The greatest frequently-paired motion picture personalities, over the years. Discounting those who were generally accepted as a team, and seldom seen one without the other, such as Laurel and Hardy, and Abbott and Costello, and boyfriend/girlfriend, or man/wife pairings, such as Eastwood and Locke, or Bronson and Ireland.
From most worst, to least worst, 16 movies that were nearly painful to sit through. I know it seems as though I'm picking on Hal Needham and Irwin Allen, but it's purely coincidental.
In the order in which they were made, the best, most well-made, acted, written, and directed movies I've had the pleasure to see.
In chronological order, characters played by more than one Actor/Actress during the run of a regular TV series (Not counting pilots, or theatrical versions).
In alphabetical order, Celebrities born in my adopted home state, who have made their mark in movies and/or television. Judging from the number who hail from there, Cleveland looks like a good place to be from, if one has show business aspirations.